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One of the joys of summer in this city is the outdoor cinema screens that pop up all over the place. London is a fabulous backdrop for a night under the stars watching a mix of classics such as The Graduate to a recent release such as The Theory of Everything.
The Courtauld Gallery’s summer exhibition looks at incomplete artworks from its collection. Unfinished … Works from the Courtauld Gallery brings together paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture from the Renaissance to the 20th century that for a variety reasons were never completed.
In some cases the artist died or was unhappy with the artwork and discarded it halfway through, giving a fascinating view into the process of creating art through different periods of history. Then there are the works left deliberately unfinished. From the Renaissance to the Impressionists, artists have left their works for the viewer to complete in their mind.
Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World is the first retrospective of the modernist artist’s work in London to be held since 1968.
A contemporary of Henry Moore, Hepworth was Britain’s most successful female sculptor of the 20th century. The Yorkshire-born artist did much of her work in Cornwall, where she was a leading figure in the St Ives art world.
Audrey Hepburn was one of the great stars of the 20th century; as film star, style icon, dancer, model, and in later life charity campaigner. Much photographed, many images of the elfin-like actress are as iconic as the films she starred in.
The National Portrait Gallery is exploring her fascinating life and career the summer with a tribute to the celebrated star in the exhibition Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon.
The Old Vic Theatre’s new season starting this autumn is the first for new artistic director Matthew Warchus. Taking over from Kevin Spacey to run one of London’s most historic theatres, Warchus’s first season is a mix of new and old plays, from Pinter to Dr Seuss’s The Lorax, and includes a musical and a Eugene O’Neill production.
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